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Where can I find information on the 1967 Referendum?

Some examples of online resources include:

The National Museum of Australia Collaborating for Indigenous Rights website tells the story of the 1967 Referendum.

The National Archives of Australia fact sheet details Government records relating to the Referendum, held by the Archives.

The University of Queensland Library's online exhibition 1967 Referendum Campaign: The struggle for a new deal for Indigenous Australians

Reconciliation Australia provides information and resources for the 1967 Referendum.

For indepth information on the referendum you could try the Australian Parliamentary Library's background paper and the more recent research brief

There are also many print resources available. One example is The 1967 referendum: race, power, and the Australian Constitution

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Last update: 2012-03-09 15:53
Author: General Reference Enquiry